• Degree Programmes Offered

Knowledge branch: Arts and humanities

Taught at: Faculty of Philology, Translation and Communication

Undergraduate degree website: www.uv.es/grado/filologia-clasica

Credits: 240

Core subjects: 60

Compulsory subjects: 138

Optional subjects: 30

External placements: 6 included in Opt.S.

Degree final project 12

Degree code: 1002

Classes: face-to-face

Years: 4

1st year available places
[2022-2023 academic year]:

Price per credit
[2022-2023 academic year]:
12,79 €

Regulated professions for which the degree certificate qualifies: Not applicable

Languages used in class: Spanish, Valencian

Minimum number of enrolment credits per student: 30 ECTS

Degree Academic Committee President (CAT): Ricós Vidal, Amparo

Degree coordinator Mikel Labiano Illundain

External placements coordinator: Grau Codina, Ferran

Mobility coordinator Marco Antonio Coronel Ramos

Academic, scientific or professional interest:

The Degree in Classical Philology offers a wide-ranging training in Greco-Roman Antiquity, and in particular, the languages that characterise it: Latin and Greek. Studying this cultural world, which was fundamental in the origin and development of European society, provides a solid humanistic training, and at the same time allows the student to acquire the philological skills that will prepare them for professional practice. As a result, students will develop strategies for the administration of information and the application of new technologies in the languages sector.

Worth Noting:

Teaching is the professional field that is most favoured by graduates in Classical Philology, even though there are many other opportunities available to graduates in this degree. From the third academic year onwards, students can choose between intensifying their preparation in Classical Philology by means of the degree’s optional subjects, or complementing their studies with a second language, by taking a minor programme. A minor is a set of 30 optional credits, granted to students of a second language who have previously taken subjects counting for 12 basic training credits. All Classical Philology students take Spanish and Catalan, as they are compulsory subjects, and even if they don’t take a minor programme, they must study a second language (Arabic, Basque, Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese or Russian).